SecureData respects the privacy of every individual and organisation that visits our web site(s) or responds to an online invitation. This Privacy Statement outlines our information gathering and dissemination practices for our web site(s).
In order to personalise your web experience, we may at times require information from you. Due to our strong commitment to privacy, we will inform you of our information requirements before we collect it from you.
SecureData may require personal information (e.g. user name, e-mail address) from you whether you visit our site(s) as an anonymous visitor or registered guest. We will not collect personally identifiable information unless you knowingly provide it to us. Please do not submit your personally identifiable information to us if you do not want it to be collected. SecureData will endeavour not to use personally identifiable information outside of the context in which it was provided unless otherwise approved by you at time of submission.
Business Related Information
Secure Data may require business related information (e.g. business plan, network infrastructure) from you whether you visit our site(s) as an anonymous visitor or registered guest. We will not gather business related information unless you knowingly provide it to us. This information will be used by SecureData to propose business solutions based on your requirements. Please do not submit your business information to us if you do not want it to be collected. SecureData will endeavour to not use this confidential information outside of the context in which it was provided unless otherwise approved by you at time of submission.
To help us understand the trends of a general user and user preferences, we may collect, during your session as either an anonymous visitor or registered guest, information that is not identifiable to you. Examples of this type of information include the: internet browser in use type of computer operating system domain name of the web site from which you linked to our site or online invitation pages viewed.
Cookies are pieces of information placed on your hard drive after you visit web sites. Your browser manages the cookie. You can make the choice of whether to accept a cookie or not with your browser settings. Please see your browser instructions for other guidelines on cookie use. Cookies may or may not contain personally identifiable information.
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